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Skillcast
Apr 13, 2021
Full time
Skillcast have an exciting opportunity for a Content Writer to join their team. Location: UK Salary: £30,000 - £45,000 per annum Content Writer - Background: Skillcast provides compliance e-learning to companies in the UK and helps them to create a culture of ethics, inclusivity, responsibility and compliance in their workplace. Our courses are designed to engage, inform and influence employees and drive behavioural change in our clients' organisations. This requires not only good instructional design skills but a clear and persuasive writing style for drawing in and impressing staff with the critical messages our clients want to convey. We are now looking for full-time/part-time content writers to join our Content team to research, write and review compliance e-learning courses, storyboarding new courses, and supporting our Marketing team with blogs and articles. Content Writer - Key Responsibilities: - Write creative and engaging course storyboards with learning activities and assessments - Review existing courses to update and improve learner experience - Conduct research to find content on specific topics - Liaise with subject matter experts - Keep abreast of regulations and related news to build and update courses, and produce blogs and articles Content Writer - Key Requirements: Essential Skills - Exemplary writing and editorial skills, grammar and attention to detail - Eye for spotting trends and coming up with content ideas - Ability to research and digest complex topics, and synthesise information for appropriate audience levels - Creative flair for writing engaging content to inform and influence - Organised and methodical approach to projects - Target-driven, get-things-done attitude - Ability to learn and follow house style of Skillcast and our clients - Self-motivated, persistent, and able to work independently - Ability to work flexibly across a range of tasks as part of a close and busy team Desirable Skills - Degree in English and/or Creative Writing - Experience of writing e-learning storyboards - Writing content on regulation, compliance, financial services or HR topics - Writing blogs and articles for content marketing Content Writer - Benefits: - Join a growing business in a thriving and innovate sector - Full-time/part-time - Remote working - Highly competitive salary - Quarterly performance-related bonuses - 28 days holidays (full-time) plus Bank Holidays - Contributory Pension To submit your CV for this exciting Content Writer opportunity, please click 'Apply' now.
Peabody Care and Support
Apr 13, 2021
Full time
Peabody are seeking to recruit an Outreach Support Worker to join the team in our Kensington & Chelsea Floating Support Service. You will join us on a full-time, permanent basis and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £22,479 per annum. About the role: As our Outreach Support Worker, you will provide a service where planned support and crisis intervention are delivered to vulnerable people with low, medium and high support needs living in independent accommodation with the aim of maintaining their home. In conjunction with colleagues and Senior Managers, you will be responsible for the effective operation of the Support Service in line with its policies and procedures, including encouraging a cooperative and supportive environment within the Service, listening to customers' views and developing new services to meet these needs. Key responsibilities of our Outreach Support Worker include: - Providing pre-tenancy guidance and ongoing support to customers on all tenancy matters - Enabling customers to abide by their tenancy agreements, giving advice and assistance on dealing with police and courts where this relates to housing matter - Providing basic Welfare Benefits advice, assisting customers in claiming all benefit entitlements and assisting with accessing specialist support - Working with customers to identify the skills required to manage their own tenancy - Participating at the drop-ins across the service, providing support, advice or guidance - Providing support to customers who have varying levels of need with housing, mental health needs, other health-related issues, training/employment or any other needs that are identified - Encouraging customers to recognise the benefit of additional support services - Effectively signposting customers to external agencies to ensure more specialised support is available - Assisting the customer to recognise times when they may require additional support and ensuring they have the information required to access support - Encouraging the customer to pursue social/recreational activities, training and employment opportunities - Reviewing the level of support required for customers in consultation with other agencies, agreeing an individual support plan and action - Planning a structured programme with the customers on tier 3 to reduce the support, making them aware of the drop-in service provided should they need one-off support, advice or guidance - Encouraging customers to set realistic goals and supporting them in making and implementing informed decisions regarding their futures - Ensuring customer involvement is part of the support plans with clients - Reviewing the operational policies in consultation with customers and other agencies What we're looking for in our Outreach Support Worker: - Experience of providing support to the designated client group either in a volunteering or professional role - An understanding of customer service in a service delivery setting - Thorough and up to date knowledge of health and safety issues relating to the designated client group - Thorough and up to date knowledge of welfare benefits for the designated client group - Thorough and up to date knowledge of safeguarding vulnerable adults and children local policies, protocols and good practice - An understanding of housing support needs of the designated client group and benefits of a flexible, outcome-focused and personalised support service whilst supporting people to help themselves - Knowledge of related services provided by the statutory and voluntary sector - An understanding of confidentiality and data protection issues - The ability to work flexibly to meet customer needs and service requirements, including working evenings and weekends where the service requires it - A demonstrable commitment to equality and diversity and a genuine desire to help people with support needs connect with their community - Comprehensive IT skills and the ability to maintain electronic records, with attention to detail Benefits of becoming our Outreach Support Worker : - 25 days annual leave, plus bank holidays - Sleep-in payments £73.89 per night (as applicable) - Paid Mileage at 45p per mile (as applicable) - Up to 4% pension contribution matched 1:1 - Flexible benefits of 1% of salary with a minimum of £300 - Spot Bonus awards - Long Service awards - Paid Induction Training - Paid DBS (roles that require enhanced checks will include both the child and adult barring checks) Closing date: Tuesday 20th April 2021 If you feel have the skills and experience to become our Outreach Support Worker please click 'apply' now! We encourage applications from all backgrounds, communities and industries, and are committed to having a team that is made up of diverse skills, experiences and abilities. We actively encourage BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled applicants and value the positive impact that difference has on our teams. We are committed to equality and diversity within our workforce and all opportunities provided by The Peabody Group.
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